Secrets from my MA Leadership

That’s me with President Alastair Summerlee and Peter Senge on the left.

For the first time in two years I am enjoying holidays without having to lug textbooks and all that brain-baggage of “I should be working on a paper”. It’s delightful! It’s amazing to think back on classmates & teachers, assignments and readings and to consider everything I learned and accomplished in that time.

Don’t have time for 20+ hours a week for two years to complete an MA in Leadership? Thinking about it but not sure what it will cover?

Here’s a shortcut from the archives – all the secrets of my MA Leadership.

Not in the mood for a read? I delivered an expanded version of the recap on behalf of my class – now available on video! (Sorry, I’m a little punchy from the heat)

Since we’re never done learning, I’d like to know where did you learn about leadership? Where do you go to learn more?



Published by Dominique O'Rourke

Public Affairs professional, City Councillor, MA Leadership graduate, problem solver and lifelong learner.

2 thoughts on “Secrets from my MA Leadership

  1. Chère Dominique, tu es une excellente communicatrice. Je n’en ai jamais douté, mais ce discours en est une preuve indéniable. Tu es pour moi un modèle dans l’exercice de ma profession et encore une fois, tu te trouves sur mon chemin pour m’inspirer. Merci!

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